Evolution of the Operating System:

History and Evolution of the Operating System:
Operating System in 1950’s
1945: ENIAC, Moore School of Engineering, University of Pennsylvania.
1949: EDSAC and EDVAC
1949 BINAC - a successor to the ENIAC
1951: UNIVAC by Remington
1952: IBM 701
1954-1957: FORTRAN was developed

evolution of operating system

Operating Systems In the 1960s
1962 Compatible Time-Sharing System (CTSS) from MIT
1963 Burroughs Master Control Program (MCP) for the B5000 system
1964: IBM System/360
1967-1968: The mouse
1964 : Multics
1969: The UNIX Time-Sharing System from Bell Telephone Laboratories

Operating Systems In the 1960s
1971: Intel announces the microprocessor
1972: IBM comes out with VM: the Virtual Machine Operating System
1973: UNIX 4th Edition is published
1973: Ethernet
1976: Apple II
1983 Microsoft begins work on MS-Windows
1984 Apple Macintosh comes out
1990 Microsoft Windows 3.0 comes out
1991 GNU/Linux
1993 Windows NT
2007: iOS
2008: Android OS
History of Android Operating System
Cupcake:
Android 1.5
Donut:
Android 1.6
Eclair:
Android 2.0
Android 2.1
Froyo:
Android 2.2
Gingerbread:
Android 2.3
Honeycomb:
Android 3.0
Android 3.1
Android 3.2
Ice Cream Sandwich:
Android 4.0
Jelly Bean:
Android 4.1
Android 4.2
Android 4.3
KitKat:
Android 4.4
Lollipop:
Android 5.0
Android 5.1
Marshmallow:
Android 6.0
Nougat:
Android 7.0


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